Eye on A.I. is a biweekly podcast, hosted by longtime New York Times correspondent Craig S. Smith. In each episode, Craig will talk to people making a difference in artificial intelligence. The podcast aims to put incremental advances into a broader context and consider the global implications of the developing technology. AI is about to change your world, so pay attention.
Seth Dobrin, chief AI officer at IBM, talks about the company's tools to increase the trustworthiness, fairness and explainability of AI models.
This week, I talk to Ron Schmelzer and Kathleen Walch, founders of Cognilytica, a research, advisory, and education firm focused on artificial Intelligence. We talked about the rise of MLOps, data labeling, unsupervised learning and what it will take to get us to human-level artificial general intelligence.
This week I talk to the inimitable Ben Goertzel, about his non-profit foundation, SingularityNET, his work with the robotic head, Sophia, his talking Philip K. Dick avatar, his work in medical AI, his frustration over Big Tech's dominance of AI research and his own quest for AGI.
Kaifu Lee Tells Our Future
AI commentator and investor Kaifu Lee talks about his book AI 2041 in which he considers possible futures for humanity if deep learning applications develop as planned.
Reorganizing DoD for the AI Future
NSCAI staff Justin Lynch, Ryan Carpenter and Lance Lantier talk about how the 1986 Goldwater Nichols Act that reorganized the US military inspired the commission’s recommendations to reorganize the Department of Defense to drive adoption of emerging and disruptive technology capabilities.
IP Protection for AI
NSCAI staff Christie Lawrence and Rama Elleru talk about how intellectual property protections play an unexpected role in guiding US innovation and contribute to the global competition with China for dominance in AI.